Shatta Wale, a well-known dancehall musician from Ghana, has spoken out against his countrymen celebrating the arrest of another rapper named Hajia4reall. The outspoken performer lambasted those taking part in the celebration in a video message, calling them “evil spirits” for wanting to bring about someone else’s destruction.
On Monday, May 15, 2023, Hajia4reall, who rose to fame for her opulent lifestyle and frequent participation on social media, was apparently deported from the UK to the US. Her alleged involvement in a startling $2 million romance scam is the subject of the charges.
Shatta Wale urged for a more humane approach in his video message, expressing his strong opposition to the celebration of Hajia4reall’s demise. The performer criticized the practice of celebrating someone else’s misfortune, calling it a bad habit that shouldn’t be supported in society.
People objected to Shatta Wale’s remarks and denounced him for encouraging criminal behavior.
Onasis Kobby wrote: Maybe they are happy her supposed victims will get Justice in the end . Let’s hope our sister comes out clean in the end.
SilentVoiceofG1 also wrote: We are happy that finally, justice will be given to the victims. She is innocent until proven guilty.
Cyrilwayne_ reacted: Evil spirit is stealing people’s money through scam and fraudulent acts and later pretend you worked hard for it.